Charging an electric car, such as the Porsche Taycan, is simple. But some of the numbers and terms involved will be new to many people. Watch Kate Reid explain what it all means.
There are many different factors involved in charging an electric car. This video explains some of the numbers involved in charging a Porsche Taycan in Australia.
The Porsche Charging Eco-System perfectly complements the Taycan to ensure you are able to charge at home, while you are travelling and once you get to your end destination.
For most people, the majority of charging will take place at home and we provide intelligent charging solutions to help support your every day charging. For more details please contact your local Porsche Centre.
The Taycan, the first all-electric Porsche sports car, links the company’s history to the future. After its world premiere in 2019, the highly anticipated Australian arrival of the Taycan has been confirmed for December 2020.
As the Lunar Module pilot on Apollo 16, Charles ‘Charlie’ Duke became the tenth person to step onto the moon and one of only six people to experience the Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) – one of the most advanced, innovative electric vehicles ever. And yet, until recently, he hadn’t driven an electric car on earth.
The Porsche Taycan has entered the Guinness World Records™ for the longest drift with an electric vehicle. The scene of the world record was the Porsche Experience Centre (PEC) Hockenheimring.